Frankie is a three-year-old tricolor Basset hound who is at risk of being euthanized by the MCACC in Phoenix, Arizona. On February 12, 2021, Frankie was surrendered by his owners – surrendered dogs have no minimum time they must be kept at the shelter, and when a dog has been labeled as “New Hope Rescue” only, his chances for a future become slim.
A shelter volunteer writes:
“This boy an owner surrender. Knows to sit & shake, loves toys, very sweet & loving, but growls and barks at kids and strangers.”
“2/17/2021 NEW HOPE 02/17/21 15:37 New Hope only. Previous owners had dog for 2 years – owners said that he barks/growls at children and strangers, and is unpredictable. Dog had one minor bite to the mother, and then a more severe bite to the mother in 2021 – dog did not do well with the mother or owner’s girlfriend. Due to escalating severity/intensity of bites, dog is not available for adoption to the public. Would benefit from placement with rescue who could further assess and provide non-aversive based training. May be added to the euthanasia list on 3/1/21”
For a complete assessment of Frankie’s behavior and health, click here:
PetHarbor adoption listing: #A4539659
My name is FRANKIE. I am a male, tricolor and brown Basset Hound. The shelter staff think I am about 3 years old.
For more information about this animal, call Maricopa County Animal Care & Control – West Valley Animal Care Center at (602) 506-7387. Ask for information about animal ID number A4539659.